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MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE
Mr. Joseph Boyce
Mr. Thomas H. Wiles
Hunter Publishing Co.
SPIRO T. AGNEW
Governor of Maryland
Spiro Theodore Agnew was inaugurated as Maryland's 55th elected governor on
January 25, 1967. He took office with several distinctions. He was the fifth
Republican ever elected governor in this predominantly Democratic State; the first
governor of Maryland to be born in this century; one of the youngest, at age 48, to
hold the office; and the first American of Greek descent to become the chief
executive of a State.
Mr. Charles P. McCormick
Dr. Louis L. Kaplan
Mr. Edward F. Holter
Mr. Harry H. Nuttle
Dr. B. Herbert Brown
Mr. Richard W. Case
THE BOARD OF REGENTS
Dr. T.B. Symons
Dr. Wilson H. Elkins
Dr. William B. Long
Mr. Harry R. Boswell, Jr.
Mrs. Gerald D. Morgan
Mr. George B. Newman
WE LOVE THY TOWRING HALLS
The 1967 Hawk has chronicled a measure of the river of passing events which are now history. Look
carefully and you will see that this is a history of
A time for hope in life; the hopes of men have been justly called working dreams . . .
"I have a dream ..."
A time for honor, decision, dedication, and determination in deeds, not words, for only
action gives significance to life.
This time is yesterday's tomorrow, and tomorrow has already dawned.
The new dawn will be filled with beauty, promise, fulfillment and peace.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ADMINISTRATION, STAFF AND FACULTY 9
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS 31
GREEK ORGANIZATIONS 51
FRESHMEN CLASS 99
SOPHOMORE CLASS 107
JUNIOR CLASS 115
SENIOR CLASS 129
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
In 1947, John Taylor Williams said, like Archimedes, "If I had a place to stand, I could move the world
of Maryland State College." Twenty-one years later, the President is standing firmly on his place. He
has seen major and minor miracles of growth that moved miniscule Princess Anne College to an
institution of strength, not only on the Shore but throughout the nation. Contributing to the strength
have been quadrupling the enrolment; quadrupling the actual buildings; and multiplying efforts to build
new levels of academic accomplishment; for example, making scholarly research a reality on the campus.
The full measure of valor, wisdom, sweat, toil and perhaps heartache given into his first twenty-one
years by the President may never be written. But the reward is in the lives of hundreds of men and
women whom Maryland State College has trained to become responsible, respectably employed
citizens — be they scientists, educators, technicians, home-makers, or professional athletes.
Challenged by unparalleled, fast-moving events toward the twenty-first century, our President re-
dedicates himself, in his twenty-second year, to the ideal of development of the individual. He re-states
that the College was founded for the individual student, and that this truth will never change.
DR. lOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS
When one hears the peal of laughter and joy,
all sorrows are forgotten.
Smiling faces, warm hellos, and gleaming eyes make
life wonderful to behold.
But there is a place where souls are down-trodden
and hardly is there gleam, laughter or joy.
No echoes of laughter! No, just a mist of tears, for
why would one smile when sickness, disease and
wounds kill fast.
No sun, no stars, no moon at all
just mud and hills and gunshot sounds, death hews a
Are these the sounds of victory, my friend, are these
the signs of hope?
Vietnam, in terms of distance today, is hardly far away from anyone's home. But to men who
are like toy soldiers on the battlefield of death, in the woods of hell, or in the swamps of despair,
home seems to be as far away as the sun.
The situation in Vietnam today has enveloped the lives and futures of countless men, and
altered, by death, the destinies of many. Barriers of hate are set between people and there are
but very thin lines between caring, living, or dying. Our staff realizes the devoted involvement
of our men in service of our country. We realize that their responsibilities are great and their
job a very difficult one. Our tributes would be endless if we should endeavor to enumerate each
noble virtue or accompHshment of these fighting men.
Men of Maryland State College are also helping America's role in Vietnam. It is to these men
from our campus we pay the highest tribute, and especially dedicate this yearbook.
LOUIS M. HAYWARD
1943 - 1968
Viet Nam Hero
MSC 1962 - 1965
"HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE"
STAFF AND FACULTY
DR. HOWARD EMERY WRIGHT
Dean of the College
MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN
You shall be remembered as the class significant in history. In 1968, a remarkable Civil Rights Bill was enacted fol-
lowing the assassination of Martin Luther King. It is expected that each of you is now fully dedicated, having committed
your life to a social, useful fulfillment.
You will remember that your Alma Mater instituted a remarkable educational innovation which brought Educational
Television and enlarged language laboratories, plus eminent visiting scholars as teachers. Your class initiated the program
which we believe will make Maryland State College as famous academically as its illustrious Alumni has emblazoned her
glory in the athletic firmament.
Mrs. Violet J. Wood
Director of Admissions
Mr. James A. EUzy
Mrs. Mary L. Harmon
Mrs. Darlene S. Abram
Dr. Charles U. DeBerry
Dean of Students
Mr. Warren W. Morgan
Head Dormitory Counselor-Alumni Executive
Miss A Jeanette Smith
Head Dormitory Counselor
Mrs. Catherine White
Mr. William R. Davis
Dormitory Counselor-Assistant Track Coach
Mrs. Helen S. Dennis
Mrs. Ella P. Doane
Mrs. Nettie C. Hickey
Dormitories for Men
Dr. Neville A. Baron
Mrs. Rebecca W. Newsome
Mrs. Anna M. Vincent
Mr. Raymond A. Robillard
Mr. J. Leon Gates
Principal Account Clerk I
Mr. Thomas B. Wilbum
Mrs. Brenda D. Ray
Coordinator, Financial Aid
Mr. Samuel N. Hutchins
IBM Accountant I
Mrs. Ina Q. Steele
Administrative Assistant I
Mrs. Anna P. Barnes
Mrs. Katherine Boyce
Mrs. Carrie D. Chishom
Mrs. Elizabeth C. Corderv
Miss Ann Howard
Mrs. Mae P. Johnson
Mrs. G. Annette Mann
Mrs. Lenette W. Messick
Mrs. Mary A. Stewart
Mrs. Jannetta Wallace
Mrs. Yvonne White
DINING HALL STAFF
Seated— Left to Right — Mrs. Lillie Wilson. Miss Agnes Webster, Mrs. Lena Bloard, Mrs. Lucille Roginson,
Mrs. Lenefte Messick, Secretary. Standing- Left to Right — Mr. Benjamin Black, Mr. George Waters,
Mr. Andrew Cottman, Mr. Raleigh Bowen, Director.
Mr. Robert H. Beasley
Physical Plant Supervisor
Mrs. M. Rena Ellzy
Library Assistant II
Mrs Patricia Carter
Brnadus B. Tackson, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.,
Barbara T. Bennett. A. A,, B.A., M.A.,
Paul K. Chao. B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,
Darrill Hudson, A.B., M.A.. Ph.D.,
Ralph J. Lowry, A.B., A.M.,
W. Tycer Nelson, A.B.. B.D., M.Ed.,
Sociology, College Minister
George W. Starling, A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D.,
Charles C. Jacobs, A.B., A.M.,
Languages, Director of Placement
James A. Polk. A B , .MS.
Walter L. Jones, B.A., M.A..
Erica Leh, A.B., MA Ph D
Felix L. Paul, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.,
Robert E. Smith. A.B,. MA.
Robert P. Varlev, A.B., B.D., Th.M.,
James \\ :dl, B.E , M.A., Ph.D.,
William A. Lvnk, B.A., M.S., Ph.D.,
.\ilniiiiistrati\e .\ssistant to President
Nathaniel J. Eiseman, Jr., B.S.,
William F. Bemheisel, A.B., M.S.,
William O. Hull, A.B., M.S.,
Uphas I) Hughes B ^ , M A.,
\'enion E. McCain, B.S., M.S.,
Joel C. Mack, B.S., M.S.,
Patricia A. Murphy. B.A., M.A.,
Melvin L Evans, B,S,, M S
Acting Head, Asst. Football Coach
Clifton J. Anderson, B.S., M.S.,
Physical Education - Track Coach
Robert L. Dowery, B.S., M.S.,
Asst. Football - Basketball Coach,
Roosevelt Gilliam, B.S., M.S.,
Physical Education - Football Coach
Lois M. Smith, B.S., M.S.,
Joe R. Robinson, B.S., M.S.
Physical Education - Basketball Coach
Mary W. Armstrong, B.S., M.A., Ed.D.,
Alethia A. Elps B S Ms
Devenia P. Wallace, B.S., M.S.,
Helen G. McKinsey. B.S., M.S.,
Home Management, Education
Joseph L^ Satchell, B.S., M.Ec!.,
John J. Donlan, B.S., M.S.,
Thomas H, Wiles, Diploma
Jimmie Moselv, B.F.A., M.Ed..
William H. Clelland. B.S., M.S.,
Richard H. Thomas, B.S., M.Ed.,
Leon D. Punsalan, A.A., B.S., M.S.,
Theodore Briggs, B.S., M.S.,
Gerald W Johnson, B.A., M.Ed., A.D..
Alma H. Gregg, A.B., A.M.,
Warrick L. Carter, B.S., M.S.,
Vemon E. Stone, A,B., MB. A., Ph.D.,
Head - Re.signed
Delores W. Taylor, B.S., M.A.,
Aliceteen Y. Taylor, B.S., M.A.,
Major Sylvester Jackson
Head, Aerospace Studies
Major James S. McCormick
Staff Sergeant Joseph L. Tolliver
NCOIC - Administrative Section
Staff Sergeant Donald F. Blakeley
NCOIC - Administrative Section
Franklin H. Smith, A.A., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,
Moses VV. Vaughn. B.S.. M.S., Ph.D.,
Claud C. Marion, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,
John V. Strickland, A.B., M.S.,
Horticulture, Poultry Husbandry
William M. Pender, A.B., M.A., Ed.D.,
Director of Teacher-Training
T, Waldo Kiah, A.B.. Ed.M..
James B Abram Tr B S MS
Mar>- F. Burks, B.S., M.A.,
Howard Davis, B,S., M.A..
Health and Physical Education
Wilhani P. Hytche, B.S., M.S.,
1967-68 STUDENT LEADERS PRESENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Front— Left to Right — Starietta Sewell, Fannie Lockhart. Rear — Left to Right — Donald Baker, Treasurer; Dwight Jefferson, Herman Eure, Vice-President; Ri-
cardo Taylor, Alfonzo Grimes, Jr., Benedict Cayenne, President. Not Shown: Vicki Deshields, Secretary; Silas Craft, Raymond Johnson, Tyrone Hairston, Chaplain.
MEN'S SENATE -Front -Left to Right— Dwight Jefferson, Pre.sident; John Wright, Parliamentarian; Curtis McMeekin, Secretary. Rear-
Left to Right -Gerald Irons, Treasurer; Gerald Ford. Sergeant-at-Anns; Donald Baker, Vice-President; Rotan Lee, Chaplain.
WHO'S WHO AMONG
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
(Sitting Left to Right) Shirley Carter, Herman Liirt and lince Lani\ i standing Lett to Right > \eda Jones, Fannie L<ickhart, Lillian Perkins and Jennie Johnson.
Left to Right — Diane Wiggins, Adrienne Brnthu ute uid \ ilerie Watts Pres
ident. Not Shown: Nettie Kinibrow, and Brenda Elton Edwards Secretary
Valerie Watts, Editor-Resigned
Patricia Hopkins, Associate Editor
Diane Wiggins, Literary Editor
Calvin Dotson. Layout Editor
The 1968 Hawk Staffers hope you consider their efforts to generate instant recall of campus events,
during the past year, successful. We would like to express sincere gratitude to all who contributed to the
completion of this yearbook.
The Junior Class Officers: Shirley Carter,
Ricardo Taylor, Fannie Lockhart and Eleanor
The Sophomore Class Officers: Douglas
Walls, Clarence Anderson, Hattie Griffin,
Jerry Moore, and Deborah Savage.
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^ The Freshman Class Officers: Leo Daven-
^ port, Lermon Dotson, Alphonso Davis,
^ Rev. Krause, Rev. Ward, Shirley Washing-
ton, Linda Jones, Inez Johnson, and Alice
The Student Counselors-The purposes of the student counselors are to assist the freshmen in any way possible, to help orientate them to college life
and to make them feel welcome and at home. The members are: Donald Baker, Harriet Brown, Benedict Cayenne, SiJas Craft, Zuella Gayle, Jennie
Johnson, Alfonzo Grimes, Sandra Rawlings, Wayne Jearld, Patricia Hopkins, Herman Eure, Morgan Dilver, Victoria Dashield, Fannie Lockhart,
Lillian Perkins and Tyrone Hairston.
The Offiiir, nl ih, \\ omens Council-The purposes of the \\ omen's Council are to provide a means for solving major problems ol women students
that need not to be taken before the disciplinary committee, act as a medium between the students and the administration and provide the students
with a means of contributing to the student government. The officers are: President-Diane Wiggins, Vice-President-Harriet Brown. Treasurer-
Victoria Dashield and Secretary-Shirley Carter.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
Front — Left to Right — Louis Finney, Clyde Green, Eugene Pulley, Sandra Williams — Queen, Anthony Watson, Robert Hunter, and Michael Woodland. Rear — Left
to Right — Jimmie Odum, Philip Suggs, James Smith, Mark Freeman, Calvin Dotson, Frankie Sunipter, Robert Price, John Sterrett, Clifford Green, Arthur I^asiter
and Andrew Bates.
Alpha Phi Omega, national service
organization for men, was founded at
Lafayette College, December 16,
1925, by Frank R. Horton and 13
other undergraduates. Its purpose is
to assemble college and university
men in the fellowship of the Scout
Oath and Law, to develop friendship,
and to promote service to humanity.
Chapter activities include service in
four fields: to the student body and
faculty; to youth and community; to
members in fraternal fellowship; and
to the nation as participating citizens.
Rho Omicron Chapter was initiat-
ed on the Maryland State College
campus on January 15,1967 with the
help of Brother Walter M. Schwenger,
Boy Scout Advisor for the Delmarva
Peninsula. The pioneer group con-
sisted of twenty-four brothers and two
advisors. We stand ready to render
service to our campus and community.
TREFOIL CLUB-Left to Right-Tyrone Copeland, Paul Shuford, Eric Mitchell, Jame.s Lunnermon ind
The Angel Flight -The name of our Angel Flight is
•■Jennie V. WilHams Flight ". It is an honorary service
organization of selective and dedicated women of
Maryland State College. Members: Major Jackson,
Ava Waters, Carolyn Bruce, Diane Sewell, Brenda
Flemming, Sandra Haynes, and Sharon Holland.
The Arnold Air Society is a professional honorary service organization of selected AFROTC Cadets from 167 of the Nation's leading Colleges and
[in ver™ties.1t is a "rivate t.riempt, non-profit organ.za/on with a membership of approximately .550(1 -ng each -;^^^^^^^^^^
to right) Donald L. Baker, Major Sylvester Jackson Jr.. Major James S, McCormick, and Charles J. Cuyiet. (Standmg left to nght^ W ilh.mi h.. Boddy ,
Joseph L. Bacon, Thomas R. Wilson and Tyrone M. Hairston.
Phi Beta Lambda-Members: Rodney Scott, Victoria Dashield, Christine Christon, Linda Jones, Joanna Hyn-
son, Zuella Gayle, Silas Craft, Shirley Carter, Bertha McCIoud, Sally Adams, Doris Gibson. Brenda
The Ledger Staff-Members: Shirley Carter,
Christine Christon, Silas Craft, Zuella Gayle,
,^ Joanna Hynson, Victoria Dashield, Bertha Mc-
% Cloud, Rodney Scott, Sally Adams, Doris
The Home Economics Club-The Home Economics Club consists of all young ladies majoring in Home Economics. The members are: Joan
Thomas, Peggy Evans, Brenda Edwards, Inez Johnson, Patricia Clark, Beverly Orr, Deborah White, Sandra Lee, Patricia Hopkins, Harriet
Brown, Clarissa Grimes, Ava Waters and Hattie Woods.
Future Agricultunsts of America-The members are: Wilham Walmsley, William Duckery, Richard Adams, Sewell Feddimim, Robert
Chesley, Charles Mack, Clifford Newsome, Charles Ross, Charles Waters and Alvin Neale.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB-The purposes of this club are to create a closer relationship between Industnal "Vrts Education
Maiors and their instructors and to aid the students in developing good character both academicalK and socialh The mem-
bers are Left to Right 1st Row: George Wright, Andrew Anderson, Joseph Wilkinson, Left to Right 2nd Row , Herbert Cornish,
John Wright, Warren Young, Terry Plater. Last Row- L to R: Lafronza Smith, Douglas Walls, John Sterrett, Charlie Williams,
William Washington and Derrick Sudler.
SCIENCE CLUB-The Science Club was organized for the purpose of giving majors and minors in the field of science the opportunity to
broaden experiences and knowledge in biological concepts outside the classroom. The members are: Benedict Cayenne, Thomas Wilson,
Ricardo Taylor, Wayne Jearld, Norris Roundtree, Gary Masseaux, Perry Milton, Jerry Moore, Paul Ce\is, Edwin Hood. Harrel Hay, John
Hamilton, Ellison Brock, Herman Eure, Sandra Rawiings, Carolyn Bruce, Alice Davis, Audrey Bell, Eleanor Cooke, Starletta Seawell,
Clara Potts, Barbara Schoolfield
The French Club-The Purpose of the French Club is to encourage French majors and minors and interested persons to become acquainted
with the cuhure and the language of France.
The English Club-The purpose ul llic English e:lub is Ui proinutt- and ad\ance the knowleilge of the English language. The members are:
Audrey Wright, Claudine Finch, Edith Cooke, Starletta Seawell, Diane Wiggias, Carolyn Bruce, Viderie Watts, Alice Nickens, Stephanie
Stephens, Alfreda Foster, Catherine Desheilds, Ricardo Taylor, Kaylean Finch, and Hattie Griffin.
INTERNATIONAL CLUB -Seated -Left to Right-Usha Kulkami,
and Orrin Moore. Standing— Left to Right — Pamela Gill, Amal
Yousif, and Carol Boyce. Not Shown: Benedict Cayenne, Carver
King, Keith Skinner, Moon Kim, C. Cleve Harrigan, David Smith,
Elroy King, and Edward Simms.
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB -Seated -Left to Right -Mary Jones, Joseph Edgerton, and Alfreda Foster. Standing- Left to Right -Lillian Perkins, Amal You.sif,
Keithford Jackson, Paulette Upshur, and Sandra Rawlings.
(Bottom Row, Left to Right) J. Duncan, R. Banks, S. Perkins, G.S. Johnson, L. Brodgen, A. Alexander, W. Clinton, W. Thompson and J. WiMiams. (Second Row,
Left to Right) Advisor "Sandy" GilHam, M. Alston, W. Davis, P. Shuford, A. Grimes, J. Hairston, V. Stoner, L. Smith and A. Jennings. (Third Row, Left to Right)
A. Bates, J. Odum, E. Stephens, A. Jenkins, J. Wright, T. Stewart, B. Cayenne, C. King and \V. Belk. (Last Row, Left to Right) A. Shell, G. Irons, R, Baylor, J.T.
Smith, L. Fontaine, J. Morgan, J, Forester, J. Ford, T. Samuels and L Williams.
These "Distinguished Men of Honor" have earned letters, sweaters, and jackets as a recognition of their outstanding achieve-
ments in either Baseball, Track, Football, or Basketball.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB
(First Row, Left to Right) N. Johnson, A.
Jennings, J. Washington, G. Johnson, C.
Moulden. (Second Row, Left to Right) J.
Hairston, R. Lively, O. Johnson, C. Wil-
liams, A. Bates. (Third Row, Left to Right)
D. Jefferson, D. Louden, B. James, W.
Thompson. S. Perkins. (Last Row, Left to
Right) J. Ford, E. Williams, H. Ford, V.
The Physical Education Majors
sponsor a Recreational Hour every
week in the New Gymnasium. The
entire student body is invited to
attend and participate in all games
The Wesley Foundation-The Wesley Foundation strives to be an instrument of God's love acting and bearing witness for God on campus.
Those persons related to the Wesley Foundation are called upon to represent and to be the Methodist Church at work within the College
Community. The members are: The Reverend Richard R. Hicks, Advisor, .John Hamilton, S;mdra Williams, Delores Cleveland, Andrew
Bates, Charles Ross, Paul Cevis, Harrel Hay, Leon Johnson, Calvin Dotson, James Smith, Frankie Sumpter, Perry Milton, Michael Wood-
land, Gary Masseaux, Martina Hale and George Trotter.
The Student National Education
Association-The SNEA is a newly
formed organization on campus this
year. The members are: Ricardo Tay-
lor, Valerie Watts, Gwen Smith,
Rodney Scott, Fannie Lockhart, Clar-
issa Grimes, Harriet Brown, Sandra
Rawlings. Sallie Adams, Robert Price,
Dean Davenport, Lillian Perkins,
Bertha McCloud and Morgan Dilver.
Left to Right — Alvin Satchell, John Wright, Benedict Cayenne, WiMie Kimbrow, Leonard Nicholson.
Seated -Left to Right -Shirley Carter. Inez John,son, Lutricia Elliott, Bertha McCloud, Janice Brown, Patricia Clark, Virginia Clark and Edith Adylett. Standing-
Left to Right-Mary Adams, Patricia Hopkins, Hattie Griffin, Peggy Evans, Carolyn Meade, Gwendolyn Smith, Clarissa Grimes, Shirley Washington, Deborah
White, Jean Washington, Lillian Perkins, Harriett Brown, Sandra Rawlings, Joan Prettyman and Patricia Flamer.
Left to Risht — Claudine Finch. Edith Cook, Rebecca Lively, Margaret Hill and Kaylean Finch.
Sealed Left lo Right - Delorcs Hufl, Yvonne Oiodnian, Edith .\ydlett. Joan Burse, Carolyn Jefferson and X'anger Rigsby. Standing Left to Right -Calvin
Dotson, \'i\'ian Malone and Morgan Dilver.
The M.Sx: Martliinii Band in a TV set formation during a perfonnance, Majorettes-troiit and i
The Maryland State OsUege bands, under
the direction of Warrick Carter, are on the
move. Only in their second year, the bands are
expanding and offer activities for the student
of diversified interest. The Marching Band,
dubbed the "Marching Bombo," made trips to
Baltimore, Maryland for the Morgan State-
Maryland State game, and to College Park,
Maryland for the Astro Game between North
Carolina College and the Maryland State
"Hawks". Several requests have been made for
the Jazz Ensemble which is in great demand
for off-campus appearances. The aggregation
made its' initial performance at the Queen's
Coronation at the local Somerset High School.
The total aggregations, including the College
Wind Ensemble have added significantly to the
cultural uplift of the college campus.
Director Carter puts Jazz Ensemble through its' paces at rehearsal???
The newly formed Jazz Ensemble swings in performance
The Instrumental Wind Ensemble (Concert Band)
The M.S.C. Marching Band executing one of it's intricate dance routines during half-time activities at the Astro-Classic,
College Park, Maryland.
THE MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE CHOIR
(First Row, Left to Right) A. Bland, G. Hutchinson, D. Cleveland, P. Upshur, J. Laney, E. Jacobs, J. McBride, J. Prettyman, G. Kirkwood
and A. Hooper. (Second Row, Left to Right) C. Jones, J. Sparrow, B. Berry, W. Stewart, G. Smith, H. Brown, A.J. Smith, and D. WiUiams.
(Third Row, Left to Right) Dr. Gerald Johnson, Director, W. Boddy, J. Jacobs, J. .lones, D. Jackson, L. Johnson, and Miss Alma Gregg, Ac-
companist. (Last Row, Left to Right) G. Lecompte, R. White, G. Curtis, R. Moore, B. Grimes, A. Price and K. Hooper.
The renowned Maryland State College Choir with a membership range of thirty to forty voices has established
and maintained its reputation by singing choral literature (secular and sacred) from the Sixteenth Century to the
present. Graduating members from tliis organization often secure positions as choral directors, consultants, and
performers with professional and semi-professional choral aggregations. Membership is selected from the entire
student body with the approval, through audition, of the director. Major presentations are made during the Christ-
mas and Spring seasons. Great is the demand for off-campus performances, our choir receives numerous
In preparation for concert
Annual Christmas Concert
(Seated Left to Right) Doris Gibson, Raymond Johnson, and Joyce Blake, i Standing Left to Right i Herman Eure, Jackie Purcell, Brenda Edwards, Joyce
Laney and Daniel Edgerton.
ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY
Zeta Phi Beta was organized at Howard Uni-
versity on Januray 16,1920, as the resuh of the
encouragement given the five founders by Charles
Robert Samuel Taylor, a Phi Beta Sigma Frater-
nity Leader, who felt that the campus profit by his
chapter having a sister organization. The Eta Beta
Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was founded at
Maryland State College in 1952.
The Sorors of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are: Catherine Deshields, Delores
Elliott, Doris Gibson, Alice Davis and Jean Elliott.
Pledgees are: Paulette Upshur, Audrey Wright, and Lucy Wright.
Phi Beta Sigma was founded at
Howard University, January 9,1914, by
A. Langston Taylor, Leonard F, Morse,
and C.I. Brown. These three men felt
the need of a Greek-letter college frater-
ity embracing the principles of brother-
hood, scholarship, and service which are
crystallized and expressed in the frater-
nity's motto, "Culture for service and ser-
vice for humanity."
Alpha Mu Chapter, Maryland State
College was founded in 1950.
Brothers of Alpha Mu Chapter are: Left to Right — John HamiUon, Perry MiUon and Wilham Walmsley.
Seated — Alice Davis (Sweetheart).
Crescent Club Pledgees are: Left to Right — Alphonso Davis. Irving .Joshua, Richard Adams, Richard Walls and Wilham Bivens
ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY
Brothers of Delta Nu Are: (Left to Right) George Wright, Herman Eure, Joyce Pinder (Sweetheart), WiUie Taylor, and Morgan Dilver. (Second Row L. to R.) Larry
Brogden, John Wright, Alvin Neale, Charles Waters, Tyrone Galloway, Melvin Chase, Harmon Marshall, Drew Jefferson, Alfred Alexander, Paul Cevis and Ralph
Alpha Phi Alpha, a fraternity originally established for Negro College men, was founded at Cornell University on December
4, 1906. It was the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity in the United States established for Negro college men. The frater-
nity is now interracial, with several white brothers taking active parts in the program.
Ever aware of the magnetic appeal of our motto, "First of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all," it has been an endeavor
of Alpha Phi Alpha to make this axiomatic truth a living reality. Further, the chapter has always held as its most influential attri-
butes, manly deeds, scholarship and love for all mankind. The Delta Nu Chapter of Alpha Plii Alpha Fraternity at Maryland State
College was founded in 1950.
Sphinx Club Pledges are: (Left to Right) R. Carr,
E. Brock, Gloria Johnson (Sweetheart), T. Cevis,
L. Stump, T. Ross, L. Johnson, L. Mack, R. Ches-
lev, S. Feddiman, E. Mitchell, R. Wright, M.
Hale and W. Duckery.
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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
AJpha Kappa Alpha, the first Greek-letter sorority among Negro college women, was founded at Howard University Washing-
ton, D.C., on Januray-^16, 1908. Their avowed purpose for organizing was "to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical
standards, improve the social status of the race, promote unity and friendship among college women, and keep alive witbn the
alumnae an interest in college life and progressive movements emanating therefrom." The AJpha Omicron Chapter of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was founded at Maryland State College in 1951.
OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY
The Brothers are: Alonzo Price. Deborah Coleman (Sweetheart) Raymond Johnson, Herbert Cornish, Douglas Walls. Clifton Gordy and Wilham Washington.
Omega Psi Phi was founded at Howard University, Washington, D.C., on November 17,1911. BeHeving that men of similar
ideals and principles should bind themselves together in a common bond of brotherhood. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded
upon these Four Cardinal Principles: Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift. The Pi Epsilon Chapter of Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity was founded in 1948 at Maryland State College.
Lampados Club Pledgees are: M. Freeman, T. Hairston, J. Moore, E. King,
W. Thompson, T. Stith, W. Young, and J. Wilkinson. (Back row) T. Wells,
C. Cuyjet, R. Price and D. Louden.
Pyramid Club Pledgees are: (Left to Right) C. Moulden, J. Davis, B. Delk,
J. Burse, T. Watson, D. Hardin, E, Dennis, B. Briggs, K. Finch, M. Hill
and C. Finch.
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY
The Sorors of Delta Sigma Thefa are: (Left to right) Deborah Coleman, Christine Satterwhite, Joyce Laney, Regina Mackall. Joyce Blake, Sandra Rawlings, Jennie
Johnson, Diane Wiggins, Valerie Watts, Harriet Brown, \'eda Jones, Eleanor Cooke, Carol Bruce, Barbara Collins, Lillian Perkins, Claudia Stanley, and Elizabeth
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded at Howard University, Washington, D.C. in 1913. The purpose of the sorority is to
encourage high cultural and scholastic standards and to lift the ideal of finer womanhood.
KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY
Brother of Gamma \i Chapter are Left to Riijht^Ricarclc) Ta\lor Duight lefferson Da\id lackson Dume Himpton (Sweetheart), Joseph Edgerton, Charles
Gregg and Richird Pi_tirs
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded at Indiana University on January 5, 1911, by Elder W. Diggs and others. Its pur-
poses are to encourage honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor, to unite in a fratern;il bond college men of cul-
ture, patriotism, and high sense of honor, and to promote the social, intellectual, and moral welfare of its members.
Gamma Xi Chapter, Maryland State College was founded in 1949.
Strollers ire: Left to Right — Seated — Bruce Da\is, Brenda Berry
iSueetheirl), and Donald Baker. Standing — Left to Right — Darryl
Tivlor Owen Johnson. Gary Masseaux, Hugh Polk. James Smith,
frtdenck Hawkins, Charles Huff, and Harold Reid.
We want to be dynamic Alphas
We are the finest . . , The (jirls of DST!
Kappa Alpha Psi's got so much soul
Just two kinds of people in the world; Omega Man and
Those Deltas, Those Deltas, Those Fine Deltas.
The Ques are strong once more with four soulful brothers.
THE HOMECdMING ACTIVITIES
THE ASSEMBLY b \
The Spartans have been laid to rest.
Miss Hawk, Gail Davis, receives the
official Football from the Captains of the
1967-68 Football team.
What a wonderful Spartan he was!
Peace Be Still!
"Hold on sister. Tm coming '
THE CORONATION PROCESSION
THE HONOR GUARDS
SECOND ESTATE OF THE REALM
Miss Junior, Fannie Lockhart, escorted by Ricardo Taylor
FOURTH ESTATE OF THE REALM
Miss Freshman, Beverly Orr, escorted by Alfonzo Davis
FIRST ESTATE OF THE REALM
Miss Senior, Grace Matthews, escorted by Gregory
THIRD ESTATE OF THE REALM
Miss Sophomore, Bertina Hurley, escorted by Jerry Moore
FIFTH ESTATE OF THE REALM
Miss A.F.R.OT.C., Sara Waters,
escorted by Armstead Ward
THE PROCESSION CONTINUES . . .
THE HOUSE OF ALPHA
Miss Alpha Phi Alpha, Joyce Pinder, escorted by Herman
THE HOUSE OF KAPPA
Miss Kappa Alpha Psi, Diane Hampton, escorted by
THE HOUSE OF OMEGA
Miss Omega Psi Phi, Deborah Coleman, escorted by
THE HOUSE OF A.P.O.
Miss Alpha Phi Omega, Sandra Williams, escorted by
THE HOUSE OF SIGMA
Miss Phi Beta Sigma, Alice Davis, escorted by Harrel
ESTATE OF THE HAWKS,
DEFENDERS OF THE REALM
Miss Ha\%k, Gail Davis, escorted by William Belk
There she comes
Miss Maryland State and Her Court
Reigning in the year 1967-68 is lovely Miss Zuella Gayle, of Jamaica, New York. She typifies
the vivacious attractive coeds who have been chosen through the years by the M.S.C. students
to represent all that's best in young college women. Zuella is a senior, majoring in Business
Education. She is a soror of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
The Reception Line
THE HOMECOMING PARADE IS
FRESHMAN CLASS QUEEN
MISS KAPPA ALPHA PSI
SWEETHEARTS OF ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA
Morgan Dilver and Patricia Stewart
JipTf * ^W^
MISS PHI BETA SIGMA
SOPHOMORE CLASS QUEEN
SENIOR CLASS QUEEN
MISS ALPHA PHI ALPHA
Heading for a pile-up.
The lovely Queens stand together'
The MS.C. Band performs at hall-tii
"Help me somebody"!
Old M.S.C. has a farm
Gerald Spiker, Farm Manager checks on the weather conditions, a farm
hand does some shearing.
Maryland State College, still very much a land grant institution, features
agriculture, mechanical and normal arts.
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On January 27,1968, The Maryland State College Department of Health and Physical Education, and the Somerset County
Recreation Department initiated a program aimed at improving The Physical Fitness of The Youths of Somerset County. This
program has involved youngsters ranging in ages from seven (7) to twelve (12) years.
At the beginning of the program The Tuttle Pulse Ratio Test of Cardio- Vascular Efficiency was administered. The results re-
vealed that many of the children exhibited inefficient hearts in terms of recovery ability. Tliis probably indicates that their hearts
are not operating efficiently as they might. In this connection many exercises are given that involve running.
The basic program is centered around gymnastics and basketball. The youngsters are taught simple stunts on the mats and ele-
mentary movements on the heavy apparatus. In basketball they are taught basic fundamentals of the game such as passing, drib-
bling, catching, and shooting. They are also taught the basic techniques of defense as positions, stance, footwork, and hustle.
There are sixty (60) children in the program; fifty-seven (57) boys and three (3) girls. Absences are very few. The youngsters
seem to be enjoying their experiences more and more each week. Their progress has been remarkable. One of the most notable
things is the selfconfidence gained by most of the boys.
Instruction has been outstanding. There are three (3) professionals and seventeen (17) students on hand at all times. These
students are majors in Physical Education who have demonstrated outstanding abilities. The ratio of students to instructors is 3 to
1. The children receive a great deal of individual attention.
OVERAIX VIEW OF PHYSICAL FITNESS ACTIVITIES
Elementary Stunt — The Head Stand
Basic Fundamentals of Basketball
The Parallel Bars
Lady Sara L. Carter — Embassy of Guyana, briefed us on
life in the new nation. (Formerly British Guiana).
Dr. Juhus Thomas — Honors Convocation Speaker gave an ad-
dress about the current state of labor relations.
For the first time, Maryland State College participated in a "New Career Opportunities Conference" sponsored by the Nation-
al Urban League. Several of the nation's largest corporations, manufacturers and government agencies were represented in the
two-day series of meetings. Dr. William A. Lynk, Administrative Assistant to the President, co-ordinated the activities which con-
sisted of addresses, group discussions, individual consultations, and interviews.
All students had the opportunity of viewing the film, "Do They Really Want Me?" This is a film which challenges some of the
myths about careers for Negroes: that college-educated Negroes can only expect to "teach, preach, or heal," that because Negro
colleges are "second rate," their graduates had better get advanced degrees if they want to compete in the job market; that white
employers are not really interested in hiring Negroes, and when they do .so it is only to comply with government regulations and
to have a few Negroes on hand to "showcase."
The keynote speaker of the Conference was Dr. Ramon S. Scruggs, Information Officer with the American Telephone
and Telegraph Company.
Lionel Hampton in Concert and Dance
"Go Now Pay Later" presented by The Judimar School
of Dance directed by Marion Cuyjet.
John Miles, Tenor in Concert
(First Row, Left to Right) D. Easley, H. Ford, R. Butler, T. Stewart, L. Smith and J. Foster. (Second Rov
gan, M. Fowkles, H. Brown, and J. Ford.
Left to Risht) R. Pitts, L, Fontaine, T. Samuels, J. Mor-
Maryland State College sports one of its strongest basketball contingents ever. Led by AJl-Maryland Jake Ford and .Tim Mor-
gan, The Hawks Basketball Team overcame one of the toughest schedules in the conference. They beat top nationally ranked
teams such as Philadelphia Textile, Westminister, and Cheyney State. The team finished fifth in the CIAA, but did not make the
tournament. The ' Hawks' shot better than 55''^^ from the floor and 75'^c from the charity stripe. Jake Ford, in addition to his state
leading 26.2 scoring norm, paced the CIAA for the second year running in free throws. Morgan, who led the CIAA in rebounding,
also placed second nationally in the NAIA with a 23.3 average. All of Coach Joe Robinson's starting five will return next season,
Arthur Shell is the only departing senior.
Levi levitates and swishes another of his famed jumpers.
Jake Ford — One of the nation's leading foul shooters; no wonder
he smiles when he's on the hne.
Well, Guess I'll have to go into my act again and end up on the floor.
Levi Fontaine in sinuous stance
1967 FOOTBALL HAWKS
M M #
(First Row, Left to Right) T. Stevenson, A. Shell, T. Gray, E. Stephens, R. Banks, E. Pulley, W. Thompson, B. DaNds, J. Williams, G. Irons, M. Alston, P. Shuford.
(Second Row, Left to Right) A. Lasiter, I.G, Wilhams, O. Wright, G. Jack,son, F. Sumpter, G. Massauex, O. Barnes, S. Perkins, P. Cevis. S. Hillard. K, Hines, N.
Roundtree, T. Walls. (Third Row, Left to Right) J. Strong, R. Gray, M. Beard, H. Swapshire, E. Dates, J. Chase, V. Davis, W. Belton, B. James, R. Baylor, L. Acker,
C. Steadman. (Fourth Row, Left to Right) L. Sharp, A. Barnhardt, M. Denson, J. Duncan, E. Wilhams, W. Balk, G. Ford, T. Stith, J. Polk, J. Hairston and
Although the Havvk,s tailed to beat Arch-rival "Morgan", the team compiled a 6-2 record. Ranking seventh in the nation among
small college.s. The Maryland State "Hawks" averaged a line between 265 and 270 pounds. The Hawks were led offen.sively by
Roy Kirskey and Thaddeus Stevens, the two leading ground gainers. The team was a fierce and mighty machine, stomping all
opponents into oblivion. This is due to the wide range of talent scouted and contracted by Coach "Sandy" Gilliam and his staff.
There has not been a single game played that AFL-NFL scouts have not watched from the bleachers. Maryland State ranks fourth
in the nation among small colleges sending players to the pro ranks. This year's "Hawks" who turned pro are: James Duncan —
Colts, Arthur Shell — Oakland Raiders, William Belk— 49'ers, Robert Taylor— Jets, Leonard Clay — Bengals, and Frankie
Sumpter — Redskins.
The startiiin ciliensive frunt line Belk, Shell, Laster, Davis. Hairston, Baylor, and \\ illianis
The Pros Pride-2801bs. of Art
Let's go easy in practice!
Alert Frankie Simipter
Give him a step Denson, and Willie will get you six!
Ironman-Gerald from Gary-great!
OK, ref, we just wanted to make sure!
i Big Roy, roars thru opening hole!
The long bomb is completed
at College Park.
No Art, I'm on your side!
Children of the realm fraternizing with the enemy.
Look out' Erwrn vou re blo< kmg the wrong guy'
hill h liin 111. mil. 1 ig
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Maryland State College's Track Team receiving the CIAA Championship Plaque from Dr. Martin D. Jenkins, President of Morgan State College at Hughes Stadi-
um on Morgan's campus. Accepting the plaque is Clifton Anderson, Head Track Coach at Maryland State College. This marks the second year in succession that
Maryland State has won the CIAA TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS. Some of the outstanding stars were: Can'er King. Benedict Cayenne," A]phon.so Grimes and
Robert Baylor. Other team members were: Frankie Sumpter, Kenneth Stovall, Johnny Walker, Harley Morris, Sherwin Perkins, Ralph Paden, Alfonzo Jennings,
Andrew Bates, Joe Hairston, Alfred .''Jexander and Eric Kendricks.
CIAA Champ Bob Baylor Bests 50 Feet in Shot!
Skinner Strains for 220 Heat N'ictory!
=PS '^y y^ —
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Cayenne and King Take Top Two Places in CIAA Mile.
Grimes Grimaces in 220 Win.
INDOOR TWO MILE RELAY TEAM
Al Grimes, Eric Kendrick, Carver King and Benedict Cayenne Receive National Invitation Two Mile Relay Award
CHAMPS '66 AND '67
1968 BASEBALL TEAM
The Maryland State Hawks "breezed" to their second CIAA Championship with a 15-1 round. The Hawks were led by their Co-Captains Charhe Stukes and Mar-
shall Cropper who batted 443 and 380 respectively. The team was also supported by two hard hitting sophomores. Tick Hebron and Bill Thompson. The pitching
staff was led by the Johnson Brothers. Gorman 5-1, Elroy 5-0 and James T. Smith .3-0. This year's team is seeking its third straight championship. The team mem-
bers are: (Seated, Left to Right) T. Stewart, J. Harvin. T. Wells, A. Jenkins, A. Watson, and W. Jearld. (Second Row, Left to Right) Coach, Larry Brodgen,
W. Thompson, T. Calloway, J. Odum, R. Thomas, H. Colhns and G. Johnson. (Not shown) James T. Smith and Bob Davis.
Ace centerfielder Bill Thompson
Did I remember to put on my sliding Pads?
I wonder what he's going to throw this time
1967-68 Baseball Team
nd where? Larry Brodgen. Assistant Coach
What's that on the ground???
Oh well, I did crawl before I walked!
Nice meeting you, too.
the camera's there, I sHde head first
Hands up mt ins not to slidt dope'
If I'm out I might as well run right into the dorm!
I hope that doesn't break a window in the gym.
Next time, I've got to keep my eyes open!
sr , ^-f^.
Does it count if I don't have my cap on?
Don't get hurt, third li;
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4' A r
Harry Richardson i v
Manel Rochester Vl
A NEW LIBRARY
The Maryland State College Library is shown in
successive stages of construction. This two story building is
of colonial design to conform with other brick buildings on
the MSC campus. Besides large stack and reading areas on
both floors, the library will contain a 225-seat lecture room,
a microfilm room, an audio-visual room, a special collection
room, several offices, and various work rooms. The library
is designed to contain about 100,000 books and is located
between Trigg and Wilson Halls, facing the college mall.
GROUND BREAKING -Librarian breaks ground while staff looks
^Si%Hfef^'^^'^!:'f S^ m
WE LOVE OUR
Trigg Hall from the side of Wilson Hall.
An aerial view of the campus as it looked iii the Late 50's.
The new gymnasium completed in 1965.
' -If ■'
Larry Brooks Oscar Brooks
Gilbert Cephas Thomas Cevis
Ehvight Waters Anthony T. Watson Thelma Watson TyTOne Wells
Deborah White Doris White
Lamont Williams Joseph L. Williams
Raymond White Doretha Whittington Joseph Wilkinson
Thomas Wilson Michael Woodland George Wright
John Wright Robert Wright
Andrew Freeman Benjamin Grimes
FULL-ROBT) IN LIVING GREEN
f/^ L ^\ h^.Z ^kiikS^'*^^ rf '
I J j'
i i a.
To thee, dear Alma Mater,
We raise our grateful song.
For through thy noble teachings
Thou hast made thy children strong;
And thousands still shall praise thee,
All earth shall hear their swell.
And bind our hearts yet closer
To thee we love so well.
We love thy spacious campus.
We love thy iow'ring halls.
And hailow'd are the lessons
We've learn'd within thy walls.
Stand thou forever glorious,
Full-rob'd in living green,-
Shine thou in endless splendor
Beneath thy trees serene.
Maryland, Maryland, Home of Maroon and Gray;
Maryland, Maryland, thee we love alway.
All hail to thee, fair Maryland,
All glory be to thee!
Grow thou in strength and honor
Through all eternity!
President John Taylor Williams leads the
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 1929-1968
Commencement Speaker at Maryland State College, Spring, 1959
For him whose memory we honor, who turned not away from his appointed task, who
gave to his people, to his nation and to the world, even his life.
Clifton Gordy — President
Charles Gregg — Vice-President
53t|53 , 'Ilk'
Sallie Mae Adams-Business Education
1512 North Linwood Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21213
Ledger Staff, Booster Squad, Y.W.C.A., Phi Beta Lambda
Alfred Alexander, Jr. -Physical Education
1937 Hannah Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21227
Shpinx Club, Vice-President; Physical Education Club AAHPER, Alpha
Phi Alpha, Dean of Pledges; '■M" Club, Track Team, YMCA, NEA.
WUliam Belk-Business Education
438 Clinton Avenue
Lancaster, South Carolina
Ledger. Phi Beta Lambda, Co-Captain Football, Mens Senate, "M"
Club, All-State, All ClAA
Evelyn Benson-Business Education
5 Jowite Street, P.O. Box 293
Phi Beta Lambda, NEA, Ledger, Secretary, Senior Class
Marvin Larry Brogden-Mathematics
Box 44 Rt. 2
Alpha Phi Alpha, Science Club, Baseball Team, Captain
Ethel Marie Cevis-Art Education
Art Club, Women's Council, N.A.A.C.P, Newman Club, Wesley Foun-
dation, George E.C. Hayes Student Loan Fund, Y.W.C.A.
Paul Eugene Cevis-Biology
Rt. Box 87
Y.M.C.A., Canlebury Club, Science Club Vice-President, Wesley Foun-
dation President, Sphinx Club, Alpha Phi Alpha
Melvin Calvin Chase-Agriculture
12 Marbury Road
Brandywine, Maryland 20613
FAA., Secretary YMCA., Sphinx Club, Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Phi
Christine K. Christon-Business Education
2053 Battle Street
Edgewood, Maryland 21040
Phi Beta Lambda Ledger Staff, Women's Council-Sgt. at Arms; Chair-
man of the Cultural Committee
Box 902 Maryland State College
Princess Anne, Maryland
Wesley Foundation, Science Club, Choral Club,
Sec, Women's Council, Ivy Leaf Club- Vice-Preside:
Joseph Colardo-General Business
Men's Senate, Phi Beta Lambda
Deborah Coleman-Home Economics Education
Delta Sigma Theta, Home Economics Club- Treasurer: Angel Flight,
Women's Council- President of the Cultural Commettee; Young
Women's Christine Association, Miss Omega Psi Phi, Miss Mardi Gras
Silas E. Craft, Jr.-General Business
Box 123 Guilford Road
Phi Beta Lambda- Treasurer; Ledger Staff- Editor-in-Chief; Kappa
Alpha Psi-Treasurer, Student Council Secretary, Freshman Counselor,
Ardenia M. Davenport-Business Education
2404 Elsinore Ave,
Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger Staff- Asst. Layout Editor, Ivy Leaf Club-
President 65-66, Student NEA- Sec, Freshman Class Sec, Sphinxman
Club Queen 65-66, Women's Council-Social Committee
Gail Marie Davis-Business Education
5804 Cedar Ave.
Alpha Kappa Alpha-Grammateus, Phi Beta Lambda. Ledger Staff-
writer, Cheerleader-Sec, Majorette, E.\change Student to Wheaton
College, Women's Council-Cultural Committee, College Honor Roll
Vivian Malone Davis-Physical Education
106 Walton Street
Physical Education Club, Biology Club, Wome
Squad-captain, Intramural Sports
Walter Bruce Davis-Art Education
910 Concord Road
Richmond. Virginia .
Football Team, "M " Club-President, Scroller Club, Art Club
Morgan Roosevelt Dilver-Social Science
509 Clinton Street
Alpha Phi Alpha-Editor to the Sphinx, Student Nea President, French
Club-President, Junior Class Officer-Parliamentarian, Canterbury Club-
President, Cheering Squad, Student Coimselor, Panhellenic Council.
Social Science Club. AKA Sweetheart
Eugene R. Downing-Biological Science
Kappa Alpha Psi. Science Club
P.O. Box 24
Home Economics Club, Deans List
James Duncan-Industrial Art Education
206 North Gregory Street
Lancaster, South Carolina
Lampados Club, "M" Club, Men's Senate, Football Team, Baseball
Team. Basketball Team. Intramural Sports. Industrial Arts Club
Jesse Edwards. Jr.-Physical Education
2410 Arunah Ave.
Kappa Alpha Psi-Asst. Dean of Pledges, Senior Class Sergent at Arms,
Physical Education Club, AAPHER
Peggy Yvonne Evans-Home Economics Education
Box 206 Route 1
Bryans Road, Maryland
Home Economics Club, Maryland State Choir, Women's Council
Samuel E. Everett-Biological Science
Zuella Gayle-Business Education
120-29 171 Street
Jamaica, New York
Cheering Squad-Sec, Phi Beta Lambda-Sec, Ledger Staff, Women's
Council, Sophomore Queen, Miss Hawk, Alpha Kappa Alpha-Anti-
Grammateus, Panhellanic Council, Exchange Student, Honor Student,
Miss Maryland State College 1967-68
G. Laverne Gentry-Business Education
5139 South Drexel Ave. Apt 12
Alpha Kappa Alpha-Epistoleus, Phi Beta Lambda. The Ledger. Pan-
Hellenic Council, Women's YWCA, Student NEA
Doris Cecelia Gibson-Business Education
Rt. 2, Box 237
Easton, Maryland 21601
President Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Women's Council Phi Beta Lambda.
Ledger. Wesley Fffundation. Panhellenic Council President. NEA
af Club. AAHPER. Women's Council,
Mary C. Gilbert-Physical Educ:
Box 97, Worton
Physical Education Club, Iw L;
Angel Flight NEA. YWCA
Clifton Gordv-Social Science
Route 1. Line Road
Delmar, Maryland 19940
Basilues and Dean of Pledgees Omega Psi Phi, Lampados Club, Presi-
dent Junior, Sophomore, Senior Class, French Club, Social Science
Club, 89lh-20th Coordinating Committee, Men's Senate, English Club,
Most Outstanding Sophomore Cadet. Who's Who in American Univer-
sities and Colleges. Honors Convocation. Dean's List
813 N, Avondale Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
YWCA, Science Club, Baseball Team, Alpha Phi Omega, Tennis Team
ROTC Drum and Bugle Corps. Tutor Mathematics
2200 Rand Place. N.E.
Washington, DC. 20002
President and Keeper of Records Kappa Alpha Psi, \'ice-President Soph-
omore, Junior, Senior Class, Science Club, Vice-President Scroller Club
al Education Club,
Science Club, YMCA, Pres-
Club, President Panhellenic
.Mfonzo Grimes-Physical Education
464)5 206th Street
Bayside. New York 11361
Student Council, Kappa Alpha Psi, "M " Club, Phv
Myrtle Hairston-Physical Education
4 Melrose Avenue
Physical Education Club, Science Club, Cheerlei
8509 Central Avenue
Vice-President Phi Beta Sigma, Chapli
ident Crescent Club, President Newm
Council, YMCA Service Award
5505 Center Avenue
Vice-President Phi Beta Sigma. Wesley Foundation, Science Club Pan-
Hellenic Council, Vice-President YMCA, Vice-President Crescent Club.
Robert Heam-Industrial Arts Education
Industrial Arts Club
Prince Georges County, Maryland
Kappa Alpha Psi
Joanna Hynson-Business Education
Women's Council, NEA, Phi Beta Lambda. Ledger
Gorman Johnson-Physical Education
Hanover, Maryland 21076
Captain Baseball Team. "M" Club, Sphinx Club, Y-MCA, Physical Ed-
ucation Club, American Association for Health
2926 Riggs Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21216
Vice-President, Treasurer, Keeper of Records of Omega Psi Phi, Pan
Hellenic Council, Student Council. Science Club, Co-chairman Ches
Club, Math Club, Delta-Omega Scholarship Committee, Mens Senate
P.O. Box 221
Wesley Foundation. Science Club. French Clul
Keeper of Records Kappa Alpha Psi
Box 279-A Route 1
Industrial Arts Club. Track Team
Peggy A. Jones-Social Sciences
Route 1 Box 52
Women's Council, Treasurer NEA. YWCA.
41 Patna Street. St. James
Port-of-Soain. Trinidad. W.I.
Treasurer. Prexident Men's Senate.
Team. Canterbury Club
Gloria Ann Marshall-Home Economics Education
Upper Marlbora. Maryland
Home Economics Club. Women's Club. NAACP. Ne
George E. Hayes Student Loan Fund. Y'WCA
Grace Matthews-Social Science
10 Bowie Avenue
Annapolis. Maryland 21401
Vice-President. Secretary Wesley Foundation. Secretary F
4486 Cedar Lane
Choir. Biology Club. French Club
ch Club. "M" Club. Track
Alpha Kappa Alpha. Phi Beta Lambda. Ledger. Cheerleade
Y'MCA Service Award. President. Secretary, Treasurer Phi Beta Sigma.
President Wesley Foundation. President Panhellenic Council. AFROTC
Drill Team Award. Science Club. Secretary Crescent Club
William Moore-Art Education
Prince George County. Maryldlid
Kappa Alpha Psi
Margo Morris-Physical Education
108 Chestnut Tree Road
Hebron. Maryland 21830
Physical Education. Ivy Leaf Club. Physical Edu
NEA. Women's Council
ation Club. AAHPER.
lid Club. Wesley
Eliza Myster-Social Science
916 Mace's Lane
Cambridge. Maryland 21613
.'^ngel Flight. French Club. Women's Council.
Foundation. Social Science Club
Alvin Neale-Agriculture Education
Box 156 Route 2
Historian Alpha Phi Alpha. YMCA, Wesley Fo
Clifford Newsome-Agricuture Education
Sudlersville. Maryland 21668
YMCA Chaplain. Secretary. President FAA. Alpha Phi Alpha
lacqueline Nedab Olds-Home Economics Education
Home Economics Club, President Archonian Club, V
Richard Peters-BuUding Construction
214-56 Street. N.E
Vice-President Kappa Alpha Psi. Industrial Arts Club. Men s Senat
Y'MCA. Vice-President Scroller Club
Eugene Pulley-Social Science
2508 W. LaFavette Avenue
Alpha Phi Omega. Football Team. French Club. "M " Club
Sarah P Pumell-Business Education
Ledger Staff. Phi Beta Lambda. NEA
Bettie Noel Rogers-Sociology
195 N. 1st Street
Newark. New Jersey. 07107
9 Jackson Avenue
Glenn Bumie. Maryland 21061
French Club. Women's Council. Pyramid Club
Charles Ross-Agriculture Education
Route 3 Box 142
Easton. Maryland 21601
Wesley Foundation. YMCA. Dean of Pledgees Crescent Club. Vic
President FAA. Drill Team. Men's Senate. Phi Beta Sigma
William Russell-General Business
Alpha Phi Omega. Choir. Phi Beta Lambda. Ledger Staff
165 E. 112th Street. Apt 4E
New York. New York
French Club. Treasurer Sophomi
. Delta Sigma Theta. Sentinel,
125 7 th Avenue
Folsom. Pennsylvania , ^, .
Basketball Team. Ledger. Phi Beta Lambda. NEA. Lampados Club
815 N. 63rd Street
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania , „ j- o
Anti-Basileus. Iw Leaf Reporter Alpha Kappa Alpha. Recording Secre-
tary Science Club, Dramatic Club, Majorettes, Choir, Biology Tutor.
Student Council. Women's Council. World Literature Award. Student
Chestertown, Maryland 21620
Tamiouchus Alpha Kappa Alph,
Flight, Secretary Science Club, Women
President. Commander Angel
Arthur Shell-Industrial Arts Education
302-A Pickens Street
Charleston, South Carolina
■M" Club. Football Team, ,M1 CIAA, All American
Paul Shuford-lndustrial Arts Education
2725 E, Mura Street
Baltimore, Maryland 2121.3
M" Club, Football Team, Industrial Arts Club
2109 Maryland Avenue N E.
French Club. English Club. Lampados Club. Foreign Club. History Club
Route I. Box 97
Centreville. Maryland 21617
213 East Washington Lane
French Club, Cheerleaders.
Gregory Smith-Art Educatif
Kappa Alpha Psi. Art Class
:il. Lampados Sweetheart
James Smith-Physical Education
42 Toth Avenue
Physical Education Club, Scroller Club. Alpha Phi Omega
Coach. Basketball Team. Baseball Team
Thelma Smith-Social Science
3211 Normount Avenue
Baltimore. Maryland 21216
Choir. YWCA. Secretary Canterbu
Social Chairman French Club. Won
Ronald Spence-lndustrial Arts Education
Route 3 Box 416
Princess Anne, Maryland 21853
Claudia Stanley-General Business
104 Hammond Avenue. Hammond Heights
Wenohah. New Jersey
Secretary Delta Sigma Theta. Phi Beta Lambda. Social Committee
Chairman Women's Council. Administrative Officer Angel Flight, Year-
book Staff, Miss AFROTC, Ledger Staff
510 E 9th Street
Football Team. President Scroller Club
402 South Nevi- Road (rear)
Pleasantv-ille. New Jersey
Dean of Pledgees and Probates Alpha Kappa Alpha, Cheerleaders. En-
glish Club, French Club. Treasurer Junior, Senior Classes, Cultural
Committee Women's Council
John Sterrett-Industrial Arts Education
235 Central Avenue
East Providence. Rhode Island
Vice-President Alpha Phi Omega. President Industrial Arts Education
Harford County Maryland
Alpha Phi Omega. Football Team
Robert Taylor-Industrial Arts Education
403 Artemis Street
George Trotter- Art Education
55 Spa Road
YMCA Service Award. President Crescent Club, Wesley Foundation,
Vice-President Choir, Treasurer Art Club,
Tommy Tucker-Physical Education
608 Hammond Street
Physical Education Club, Scroller Club, Biology Club, Delta-Omega
Scholarship Award, Freshmen Biology Award, Baptist Student Union,
Sophomore English Award. Honors Convocation
Lorraine Venable-General Business
806 J Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21219
President. Treasurer. Alpha Kappa Alpha. Secretary Phi Beta Lambda.
Corrator Ledger, YWCA, Women's Council. Vice-President Ivy Leaf
Edgar Walker-Physical Education
Track Team. "M " Club. Men's Senate. Physical Education Club.
William Walmsley-General Agriculture
Barclay. Maryland 21607
YMCA. FAA. Phi Beta Sigma
Armstead Ward-Social Science
Rt, 1 Box 85
Crisfield. Maryland 21817
English Club. Worls Literature Av
YMCA. Air Force Award
James Ward-Physical Education
135 North Monastery Avenue
Baltimore. Maryland 21229
President Alpha Phi Omega. AAHPER. Phv
missioner Intramural Sports. YMCA
2324 N. 19th Street
Choir. Science Club. YWCA. Publicity Ch;
3rd. French Club. Arnold Air Society
1 Education Club. Com-
Treasurer Angel Flight. Treasurer AAHPER, Physical Education Club.
Freshmen Physical Education Award. Sweetheart Physical Education
Club. Sweetheart AFROTC
Valerie Watts-Social Science
902 West Lexington Street. Apt. 3
Baltimore. Maryland 21223
Majorettes. Delta-Omega Scholarship Award. Social Science Award.
World Literature Award. Women's Council Award. Who's Who in .Amer-
ican Universities and Colleges. Nominee for Woodroe Wilson Fellow-
ship. Student Representative American University College Conference.
Scroller Queen. Alpha Kappa Mu President. Sergeant-at-Arms Delta
Sigma Theta. Vice-President Student Council, English Club. Honors
Convocation. Editor-in-chief Yearbook- Vice-President of Freshmen
Class. Student Counselors. Manager Cheering Squad. Chairman House
Council. Canterbury Club. Social Science Club. NEA,
Diane Wiggins-Social Science
2300 Elsinore Avenue
Baltimore. Maryland 21216
President. Vice-President Women's Council. .Aplha Kappa Mu. Treasur-
er English Club. Women's Council Award. Who's Who in American Uni-
versities and Colleges. Exchange Student. Honors Convocation. Secre-
tary Student Council. Student Counselors. Woodroe Wilson Fellowship
Nominee. Literary Editor Yearbook Staff. NEA
Cynthia Williams-Physical Education
2903 Elgin Avenue
Baltimore. Maryland 21217
Biology Club. Physical Edu
Gregory Williams-Art Education
Anne. Arundel County. Maryland
Kappa Alpha Psi. Art Club. Yearbook Staff
Nathan Wilson-Business Education
Prince George County Maryland
Phi Beta Lambda. Kappa Alpha Psi. Ledger
Queenstown. Maryland 21658
President YMCA. Vice-President Sphin;
Alpha. Treasurer Wesley Foundation.
Club. AAHPER. Fr^
Club Vice-President Alpha Phi